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Psychological adjustment of bullied children: attributions vs. actions

Hunter, Simon C. (2008) Psychological adjustment of bullied children: attributions vs. actions. In: Departmental Seminar, Department of Psychology, 2008-03-12.

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Abstract

Different authors use the terms 'peer-victimisation' and 'bullying' interchangeably, and while evidence suggests that they are qualitatively different experiences (see Hunter et al., 2007) such differences are generally small in magnitude.